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Steve Olof Larson

by Steve Olof Larson

Eclectic collection of acoustic songs featuring marimba, ukelele, violin, banjo, mandolin, dobro, cello, Northumbrian small pipes, penny whistle, low whistle.
Genre: Rock: Folk Rock
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1. Dakota Easter Sunday Morning
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4:31 $1.00
2. New Horse
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5:08 $1.00
3. Big Green Boat
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3:55 $1.00
4. Child Within the Dream
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5:20 $1.00
5. Song from the Animals
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4:08 $1.00
6. Courtyard With Lunatics
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4:05 $1.00
7. Down to the Water
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4:16 $1.00
8. Carrying Windows
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3:52 $1.00
9. Bad Arm
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4:30 $1.00
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Album Notes
A record tapping into roots as diverse as celtic, classic rock, funk, jazz, bluegrass, and beer hall sing-a-longs.
All music and lyrics by Steve Olof Larson

Produced by Nicholas Jacobson-Larson and Steve Olof Larson

Child within the Dream, Carrying Windows, Dakota Easter Sunday Morning, New Horse, Courtyard with Lunatics, Big Green Boat and Bad Arm recorded by Rob Oesterlin at The Terrarium in Minneapolis, MN

Song from the Animals and Down to the Water recorded by David Lange at David Lange Studios in Edgewood, WA

Mixed by Paul Marino at Marino Jones Music, Minneapolis, MN

Mix assistant: Joseph Christenson

Mastered by David Donnelly, DNA Mastering, Woodland Hills CA

Cover painting: “The Dog” by Francisco Goya

Design and layout: Adam Wheeler


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